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Iberdrola, S.A. (0HIT.IL)

IOB - IOB Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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10.18+0.33 (+3.36%)
As of 11:32AM BST. Market open.
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Previous close9.85
Bid9.72 x 0
Ask10.42 x 0
Day's range9.87 - 10.24
52-week range3.09 - 11.48
Avg. volume4,508,974
Market cap63.911B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.45
PE ratio (TTM)17.55
EPS (TTM)0.58
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.28 (2.79%)
Ex-dividend date08 Jul 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Spanish court ends investigation into Iberdrola boss over spying case

    Spain's High Court on Thursday closed an investigation into the alleged role of power utility company Iberdrola's Chief Executive Ignacio Sanchez Galan in a 15-year-old spying case, citing the statute of limitations. The court was investigating whether Iberdrola hired former police chief Jose Manuel Villarejo, who ran intelligence services company Cenyt, to spy on Real Madrid soccer club president Florentino Perez when Perez's construction company ACS was fighting for a seat on Iberdrola's board in 2009.

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    Iberdrola ordered to hand back land underneath its flagship solar plant

    A local Spanish court has ordered Iberdrola to hand back part of the land on which it built Europe's largest photovoltaic power plant, potentially putting the brakes on one of its most prominent businesses. The superior court of the western region of Extremadura in Caceres ordered Iberdrola to give back 525 hectares (1300 acres) underneath its biggest photovoltaic plant, Nunez de Balboa, to its previous owner, a court document showed on Thursday. The court found that Iberdrola's expropriation of the land, acquired for 3.4 million euros ($3.54 million) on a lease agreement in 2012 and renewed in 2016, did not comply with the law.

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    Mexican regulator fines Spain's Iberdrola unit $466 million

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -Mexico's energy regulator fined a unit of Spain's Iberdrola 9.15 billion pesos ($466.4 million), arguing they violated a so-called self-supply power generation permit by selling electricity to their partners, according to a regulatory filing. Iberdrola Energia Monterrey delivered energy to partners in exchange for economic compensation, which constitutes a sale that is not allowed under the self-supply figure for which the permit was granted, the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) said in the resolution posted on its website this week. "The described conduct is unlawful since it affects the legal rights that oblige the permit holder not to sell, resell or by any legal act transfer capacity or electric energy," the resolution said.